Whether you're headed to Sand Mountain or Desert Creek, Wilson Canyon or Mason Valley, the Black Rock Desert or High Rock Canyon, keep in mind that the moratorium is up on Nevada's introduction of an OHV permit program. Effective July 1, 2012, Nevada became one more Western state to require an OHV permit for all non-highway vehicles that ply the back country or public lands.
July 1, 2013 ended the moratorium, and the law is now under enforcement. Before you find yourself with a nice hole in your wallet (paid to the State of Nevada OHV Commission and not courtesy of the gaming industry), please be aware of the Silver State's OHV registration and permit program.
Tom Willis and I discuss this in Tom's OHV columns at the magazine. For more details, click this link: http://nvohv.com/. Learn about Nevada's mandatory OHV registration process here...For non-residents and those with "stickers" from out-of-state, become familiar with the Nevada OHV Commission's regulations.